Scraping By: Reconsidering Law & Technology for Online Data Collection—May 19, 2022
May 17, 2022
ACM's US Technology Policy Committee (USTPC) will host a HotTopics webinar session, "Scraping By: Reconsidering Law & Technology for Online Data Collection" this Thursday, May 19 from 5:00–6:30pm EDT. Join panelists as they discuss the ramifications of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit's April HiQ ruling. Will it usher in a Golden Age of security research, pave a path to financial ruin for now-lucrative websites, threaten personal privacy, dangerously take the CFAA out of law enforcement’s prosecutorial quiver, or all/none of the above?
- Andrew Grosso (Moderator), a lawyer whose practice includes False Claim Act whistleblower or “qui tam” cases and hi-tech commercial litigation
- Megan Iorio, Senior Counsel and Amicus Director at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)
- Lorraine Kisselburgh, a social scientist studying the social implications of emerging technologies, including privacy, ethics, and collaboration
- Mark Rasch, computer security and privacy expert and a Professor of Cyberlaw and Cyber-crime at George Washington University School of Law
- Jody Westby, CEO of Global Cyber Risk LLC, a cybersecurity advisory and technical services consulting firm